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MFF Press Books
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$29.95 Hear No Evil - by Donald B. Thomas

Don Thomas re-ignited debate over the acoustics evidence in 2001, and now his new book provides a tour de force walkthrough of the scientific evidence in the JFK case, along with an indictment of its treatment by the government's hand-picked scientists.

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See the Book Previews page to read two unlocked chapters.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to high costs, international shipping charge for this book is $25 rather than the usual $18; U.S. shipping charge is unchanged at $3.
$29.95 The Last Investigation, by Gaeton Fonzi

Congressional investigator Fonzi's riveting account of his pursuit of the JFK murder conspiracy into the milieu of Kennedy-hating anti-Castro exiles and CIA officers.

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$29.95 The War Conspiracy: JFK, 9/11, and the Deep Politics of War, by Peter Date Scott

A major update of Scott's deconstruction of the Indochina war, with much new material on JFK's Vietnam policy and parallels between the Kennedy assassination and 9/11.

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$29.95 Deep Politics II: Essays on Oswald, Mexico, and Cuba, by Peter Dale Scott

Explores the many mysteries surrounding the alleged trip of Lee Harvey Oswald to Mexico City in the fall of 1963, and the post-assassination allegations of Communist conspiracy.
$39.95 Accessories After the Fact, by Sylvia Meagher

According to Sen. Richard Schweiker: "By far the most meticulous and compelling indictment of the Warren Commission Report ever made. The significance of this book cannot be overstated."

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$34.95 Post Mortem, by Harold Weisberg

In this book, Weisberg performs a postmortem on the JFK assassination medical evidence, and documents deceit and cover-up on the part of federal authorities.
$29.95 Never Again!, by Harold Weisberg

Written in the 1990s, this was Harold Weisberg's last book on the JFK medical evidence, covering in detail the Journal of the American Medical Association controversy, and pointing an accusatory finger at the U.S. military.
$29.95 Oswald in New Orleans, by Harold Weisberg

Written early in the Garrison investigation, this book discusses the many characters and stories in New Orleans which are tied into the Kennedy assassination.

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$29.95 Whitewash: The Report on the Warren Report, by Harold Weisberg

This 1965 classic, the first in the Whitewash series, was among the very first books to deconstruct the Warren Report and point out its many deficiencies.

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$29.95 Whitewash II: The FBI-Secret Service Cover-up, by Harold Weisberg

The sequel to Whitewash focuses on the failure of the FBI and the Secret Service to adequately investigate the assassination.
$29.95 Whitewash IV: Top Secret JFK Assassination Transcript, by Harold Weisberg

Details Weisberg's legal battle for access to the Warren Commission executive session transcript wherein Commissioners grappled with the "dirty rumor" that Lee Harvey Oswald had been an FBI informant.

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$29.95 Frame-Up: The Assassination of Martin Luther King, by Harold Weisberg

Weisberg's only book on the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., James Earl Ray's "mini-trial" and confession, and the failure of justice in this case.

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Skyhorse Books
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$16.95 Destiny Betrayed, by Jim DiEugenio

A major update of Jim DiEugenio's groundbreaking 1992 defense of New Orleans DA Jim Garrison's investigation, Destiny Betrayed uses the documentary record to build an indictment of CIA involvement in the JFK assassination.
$26.95 Mary's Mosaic, by Peter Janney (hardcover)

Peter Janney reopens the murder of JFK's confidant and mistress Mary Meyer, who was shot in Washington DC in the fall of 1964. Author Janney, who as a boy knew Mary Meyer and whose father was a CIA officer, provides an insider's view of the Washington intelligence culture.
$16.95 The Kennedy Brothers, by Richard D. Mahoney

Previously titled Sons and Brothers, Mahoney's book is a thoughtful and sophisticated account of the Kennedy presidency with particular emphasis on the relationship between John and his brother Robert. Unlike most such books, this one addresses the assassination and the likely role of the Mafia and Johnny Roselli in particular.
$14.95 On the Trail of the Assassins, by Jim Garrison

The book that was the basis for Oliver Stone's film 'JFK', Jim Garrison provides an insider's account of the JFK murder inquiry he launched from the New Orleans District Attorney's office.
$14.95 Last Word, by Mark Lane

Subtitled My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK, Mark Lane's "last word" on the JFK assassination is both a personal memoir of his involvement with the assassination saga, and s fierce attack on the CIA and its defenders in the case.
$16.95 Plausible Denial, by Mark Lane

In 1978 during the HSCA's re-investigation, ex-CIA officer Victor Marchetti wrote an article in Liberty Lobby stating that the CIA would engage in a "limited hangout" and divulge the role of E. Howard Hunt in the JFK murder. Hunt sued, and Mark Lane served as Liberty's Lobby in an appeal of the case. This book is Lane's account of that trial.
$14.95 On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, by Dick Russell

Dick Russell, author of The Man Who Knew Too Much, followed the JFK case and wrote aboutit across the decades. This book is a compilation of articles he published in the Village Voice and elsewhere from 1975 to 1996, along with current reflections.
$14.95 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read, by Jesse Ventura, with Dick Russell

This compilation of real documents and commentary, presented by Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell, ranges from assassination plotting to CIA-assisted drug running to vote stealing to 9/11 and the War on Terror.
$14.95 Assignment: Oswald, by James P. Hosty, Jr.

James P. Hosty was the FBI agent assigned to Lee Harvey Oswald, visiting Marina before the JFK assassination and famously destroying a note Oswald had left at the FBI office, on orders of his boss Gordon Shanklin. Hosty tells his version of that history, and draws attention to previously-suppressed documents regarding Oswald's trip to Mexico City and his alleged offer made there to kill Kennedy.
$14.95 The Plot to Seize the White House, by Jules Archer

A detailed account of the little-known coup attempt by wealthy plotters against Franklin Roosevelt and his New Deal. World War I general Smedley Butler was presented with an opportunity to lead veteran soldiers in support of the planned coup; instead he alerted Congress to the plot.
Other Books Carried by MFF
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$75.00 Inside the Assassination Records Review Board, by Douglas Horne

ARRB Chief Analyst Doug Horne recounts his time on the Review Board and provides a detailed insider's analysis of the tangled medical evidence in the JFK assassination.

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See the Book Previews page to read two unlocked chapters.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the size of this 5-volume book, special shipping rates apply. For U.S. orders add $10 (instead of the usual $3). For international orders, a $65 shipping charge (instead of usual $18) is needed to cover costs.

Government Reports (published by MFF Press)
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$34.95 HSCA Final Assassinations Report

The House Select Committee on Assassinations issued this report in 1979 on the murders of President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
$34.95 Oswald, the CIA, and Mexico City: The Lopez-Hardway Report

by Dan Hardway and Edwin Lopez

Classified top secret until the 1990s, this HSCA staff report explores the many mysteries of Oswald's journey to Mexico City in the fall of 1963.
$34.95 Alleged Assassination Plots Involving Foreign Leaders

This Interim Report of the "Church Committee" exposed the details of U.S. plots to assassinate Fidel Castro, Patrice Lumumba, and other foreign leaders, and explored the milieu of "plausible deniability" in which the plots were hatched.
$29.95 The Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: Performance of the Intelligence Agencies

The Schweiker-Hart subcommittee report of the Church Committee discussed the failures of the FBI and CIA in their service to the Warren Commission.
$29.95 Covert Action in Chile, 1963 - 1973

Volume 7 of the Hearings of the Church Committee focused on the use of covert action by the CIA in the overthrow of the elected Chilean government of Salvador Allende.
$52.95 COINTELPRO and Other Intelligence Activities Targeting Americans, 1940 - 1975

Book III of the Church Committee report documented the FBI's campaign of harassment against Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as other intelligence agencies' surveillance of black leaders, anti-war dissidents, and other Americans. In two volumes.




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